Windows 10: My laptop can`t detect my graphic card after BsoD


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    Windows 10 64bit
       28 Jan 2017 #1

    My laptop can`t detect my graphic card after BsoD


    Hi there.I cleaned my Asus K52SV laptop and made a new thermal paste.And then i reset Win10 a few days ago.After reset i was able to play game for a few hours till the game was crashing with "ERROR "Failed to lock vertex buffer in CMeshDX9::LockVertexBuffer" and randomly BsoD with " Video Scheduler Internal Error"... I was looking some solution for it but i couldn`t find any solution worked for my problem. And i tried to uninstall all Nvidia drivers for reinstall, but after uninstall another problem happened,"Nvidia driver installer can not continue"
    Now, my laptop can not detect my graphic card. Already checked device manage, dxdiag. So What happened to my laptop? And what should i do?
    If you need any more information,let me know please. (i tried to explain with my English, hopu u guys can understand clearly)
    Help me, please!
    Thanks in advance.

    Asus K53SV
    Intel Core i5-2410M CPU@ 2.30GHz,2301Mhz, 2Core(s),4 Logical Processor(s)
    Nvidia GT540M Graphic Card
    4Gb Ram
    Win10 64bit OS
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    29 Jan 2017 #2

    Welcome to the TenForums @MrGozel

    As a first check could you please enter your BIOS, note any customizations you've made, the reload the defaults. If the CMOS battery is readily accessible I would remove it. They let the BIOS rediscovery the devices.

    You might also try unplugging your device, remove the battery and press the power button for 20 seconds.

    The goal is to get the machine to first recognize the device so windows will see it.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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